Electronista reports, “The group found that part suppliers are still slated to deliver the ingredients for the Apple device on time, suggesting that all the problems with the device rest with its software alone. Apple reportedly pushed the iPhone’s release ahead slightly from the rumored June 11 launch to late June to overcome the difficulty.”
“‘We’re hearing it’s mostly an issue with the complexity of the device,’ said iSuppli analyst Jagdish Rebello,” Electronista reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Another Irish Dude” for the heads up.]
Apple delays Mac OS X Leopard until October 2007, blames iPhone – April 12, 2007